Where were you, your parents or grandparents on the Day of Infamy?
Nothing would ever be the same after that day, December 7, 1941, the day Imperial Japanese airplanes attacked U.S. naval fleets and air force bases in Hawaii and began our country's participation in World War II.
And it all began seventy-two years ago this week, December 7th 1941.
How long did it take them to hear of the attack in the days before television and Internet? How were their lives affected? Did your family plant a Victory garden, collect tin foil, or participate in scrap drives for the war effort? Do they remember rationing? How did rationing affect your family and community?
Use can ask these questions and find other questions like these on the Memoriesbroughttolife website. Use them as a guide to uncover your parents or grandparents memories of that historic day. These are pages you can use either stand alone, or as part of a family Living Legacy LifeBook.
To obtain these free pages, click on the Downloads tab on the Memoriesbroughttolife website and be guided through a very simple process, entering your name and e-mail address to be provided complementary access to all downloadable files available.
These are irreplaceable memories well worth keeping, valuable memories providing a window into the lives of those who not only remember December 7th 1941, but who actually lived through that historical day.